Research Methodology (Concepts and Cases)

Authors

Sri Sukasih; Noening Andrijati; Arini Estiastuti; Dewi Nilam Tyas; Dr. Muhammad Isman Jusuf; Abdul Rahmat; Dr. Froilan D. Mobo; Rina Rosdiana; Dhyani Widiyanti; Dadan Suwarna; Sandi Budiana; Aam Nurjaman; Wildan F. Mubarock; Elisabeth Surbakti; Stefani Lily Indarto; Karna Mustaqim; Iwan Zahar; Dr Atik Krustiyati; SeTin ; Kuswarini Sulandjari, Program Study Agribisnis Fakultas Pertanian Universitas Singaperbangsa Karawang; Ely Satiyasih Rosali; Candrika Adhiyasa; Nopriadi Saputra; Mansur; Dr. Siti Fadjarajani; Andy Rachman; Dr. Ir. Siti Rochimah; Lina Saptaria; Rizky Arief Shobirin; Suciana Wijirahayu; Rokhmani; Wa Ode Sifatu

Keywords:

Self-efficacy, PGSD students, cheerful feeling

Synopsis

This study aims to examine and analyze in-depth the elements of efficacy and explore the positive characters embodied in the teaching and learning process in Elementary School Teacher Education, State University of Semarang. Efficacy plays a significant role in everyday life, and a person will be able to use his potential optimally if self-efficacy supports it. One aspect of life that is influenced by self-efficacy is an achievement. Achievement and self-efficacy relate to a person's belief in exercising personal control over motivation, cognition, affection for his or her social environment, being able to carry out tasks, achieve goals, or overcome obstacles. This study uses a phenomenological qualitative approach. The participants were five students, and the data collection process was carried out through interviews, observations, and documentation. The results showed that UNNES Elementary School Teacher Education students directed their actions to positive things based on experience during the learning process

Chapters

  • SELF-EFFICACY OF PGSD UNNES SEMARANG STUDENTS (PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDIES)
    Sri Sukasih, Noening Andrijati, Arini Estiastuti, Dewi Nilam Tyas
  • THE IMPORTANCE OF RESEARCH ETHICS IN THE FIELD OF HEALTH SCIENCE
    Dr. Muhammad Isman Jusuf
  • EVALUATION RESEARCH ON NON-FORMAL EDUCATION
    Abdul Rahmat
  • THE RESEARCH CULTURE AMIDST THE PANDEMIC
    Dr. Froilan D. Mobo
  • SPIKE OF BODY SCAPE: REPRESENTATION OF CONTEMPORARY JEWELRY ART AS IDENTITY OF JAKARTA’S URBAN WOMEN
    Dhyani Widiyanti
  • DEVELOPMENT OF PARAGRAPH AND LINGUISTIC CARACTERISTICS ESSAYS IN REPUBLIKA AS A TEACHING MATERIAL WRITTEN SKILLS
    Rina Rosdiana, Dadan Suwarna, Sandi Budiana, Aam Nurjaman, Wildan F. Mubarock
  • RESEARCH METHODOLOGY PAR (PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCH) METHOD IN CERVICAL CANCER PREVENTION THROUGH EMPOWERMENT OF WUS (WOMEN OF CHILDBEARING AGE)
    Elisabeth Surbakti
  • FRAUD DETECTION BASED ON AUDITOR'S PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS
    Stefani Lily Indarto
  • BEFORE METHODOLOGY: IN CASE OF VIUSAL ART-BASED RESEARCH IN STUDYING COMICS ART
    Karna Mustaqim, Iwan Zahar
  • LEGAL RESEARCH AND LEGAL REASONING
    Dr Atik Krustiyati
  • LEARNING RESEARCH METHODOLOGY – LEARNING BY DOING A PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE
    SeTin
  • METHODS OF RESEARCH IN PARTICIPATORY RURAL APRAISSAL
    Kuswarini Sulandjari
  • PHENOMENOLOGY IN SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH
    Ely Satiyasih Rosali, Candrika Adhiyasa
  • RESEARCH FRAMEWORK AND CONCEPTUALIZATION IN SOCIAL RESEARCH
    Nopriadi Saputra
  • UNDERSTAND THE APPLICATION OF QUALITATIVE RESEARCH IN INDONESIA
    Mansur
  • THE STEPS OF GEOGRAPHY RESEARCH METHODS
    Dr. Siti Fadjarajani
  • MERAPI ANALYSIS FRAMEWORK : IDEAS VALIDATION OF APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT IN THE INDUSTRIAL AGE 5.0
    Andy Rachman, Dr. Ir. Siti Rochimah
  • PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCH METHODS IN SUPPORTING ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM FOR UNISKA KEDIRI STUDENTS IN THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
    Lina Saptaria, Rizky Arief Shobirin
  • A CASE STUDY OF TEACHERS’ BELIEFS AND STRATEGIES IN ASSESSING YOUNG LANGUAGE LEARNERS PRIOR TO THE PANDEMIC COVID-19 SITUATION
    Suciana Wijirahayu, Rokhmani
  • RESEARCH METHOD: ETHNOGRAPHIC METHOD FOR BEGINNERS IN INDONESIA
    Wa Ode Sifatu
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Published

July 1, 2021

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